Celebrity women aren’t the only ones that go under the knife. Celebrity men do to and even they go to far with their “improvements.” Here’s 10 celebrity men that should’ve had someone tell them no!
Billy Crystal was looking rather fresh faced at the Oscars. Dr. Anthony Youne said, “I suspect he’s had a little help from a plastic surgeon, specifically with laser skin tightening treatments. Billy may have undergone some injections of filler like Restylane to smooth out some lines, as well.”
Bruce Jenner – If you’ve watched on of the Kardashian shows where Bruce makes an appearance, you can tell that he’s had some work done. Look at those eyes for heaven’s sake. They are pulled tighter than a guitar string!
Burt Reynolds – Here’s another guy that has had some work done on his eyes. He sure doesn’t look like your typical 75-year-old man.
Axl Rose – He’ll never admit that he went under the knife, but after disappearing from the spotlight looking almost unrecognizable. Has he had work done? We think yes!
Pete Burns Do we really need to say anything? This picture says it all. The former Dead or Alive singer has undergone several facial surgeries that leave him looking more and more like a woman.
Mickey Rourke – In the 80’s he was one of the hottest guys in Hollywood. Then he had a brief career in boxing and asked doctors to put his face back together with some pretty bad results.
Carrot Top – Holy Smokes! He needs to step away from the botox!! Not only has Carrot Top had a face transformation, but a body transformation as well. He appears to be channeling the “Incredible Hulk!”
Kenny Rogers – The 73-year-old Gambler admitted to having work done to impress his much younger wife, but also admits that he regrets the decision.
Barry Manilow – The 68 year old singer hasn’t totally aged gracefully and is rumored to have had several facelifts.
Wayne Newton – The King of Vegas has to find a way to stay relevant in show business. So, what do celebrities do first? Get plastic surgery! In 2011, Wayne is rumored to have had several surgeries.